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UPDATE: The New EEO-1 Form and Why Companies Should Look at Male–Female Pay Discrepancies Now

We recently discussed the EEOC’s proposal to require employers with more than 100 employees to include salary range information in the EEO-1 form. Today, the EEOC announced that the new requirement would not go into effect until March 31, 2018, so that employers could have a full year of salary information for the first report. This means that salary information for 2017 would be the first year that is subject to scrutiny by the EEOC for pay disparities.

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